29 February, 2024

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Rampant Abuse Of Power: Namal Baby Turns Prime Minister’s Office Into Hub Of SLPP Political Activity

Namal uses Office of Prime Minister for one month into his father’s illegal term as ‘Prime Minister’ of Sri Lanka. The fake Prime Minister Rajapaksa‘s eldest son and heir is back to his old tricks, abusing power and using his father’s status and official resources at his own whim and fancy.

For several days now Namal Rajapaksa who holds no official position in the purported Government set up by President Maithripala Sirisena following a coup on 26th October, has been using the Prime Minister’s Office situated at Flower Road Colombo 07 as venue for political meetings with Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna members from different local councils around the country.

On November 24th Namal chaired a meeting of SLPP local councillors from Suriyawewa. On November 25th Namal chaired a meeting of SLPP local councillors from Katuwana. On November 26 Namal Rajapaksa chaired a meeting of SLPP local councillors from Weeraketiya. All of the meetings were held at the Office of the Prime Minister on Flower Road.

The Rajapaksa crown prince is well and truly on the path to abusing state power again, and has learned nothing from his father’s twin electoral defeats in 2015 which were credited largely to the abuse of power by his offspring and siblings, observers said.

“The past 3.5 years out of power have taught the Rajapaksa’s nothing. Not even one month occupying government illegally they are back to their old tricks bringing the same crooks back to the governing seat – look at the appointments of Kapila Chandrasena and Nalaka Godahewa – both officials in the former Government who are facing criminal charges,” said one political observer. “Namal Rajapaksa has not matured an ounce in the past four years either still intent on laying waste to his father’s political legacy by his arrogance and abuse of power” the observer added.

Since Mahinda Rajapaksa took up illegal occupation of the Prime Minister’s Office at Flower Road his party men and purported ministers have made it a habit of holding press briefings at the venue on a regular basis.

It bears emphasis that during the past four years the Office of the Prime Minister has never been utilised for political activities.

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    What was that again, oh yes RW is occupying the Temple Trees illegally and the supporters are holding baila parties? Namal baba’s meetings are for governance of the Pradeshiya Sabha, why not RW hold the same at temple Trees rather than the baila parties.

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      Mahinda Rajakashe not only grabed the state, but also stole the PRIME ministership.

      So what more we shoudl talk abou tthe bugger ?

      I think those journos that intentionally use the term ” Prime minister Rajakashe ” should be charged by the voters that elected the most abusive SIRISENA as the president of SRILANKA.

      TOday, according to Speaker’s notification, Fake Prime MInister and his cabinet are no longer recognized as legitimate. So, why should anyone in thi scountry USE the false term when refering their names.

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        No no Babanpunchi, MR always had the State (you know what State means I assume), and he was given the Premiership by the President. Grabbing is what RW did on Jan 9th 2015 (remember, he pressured My3 to give him the PM post although he (RW) had only 42 seats), receiving is what happened on Oct 26th 2018.

        And a little lesson for you in political science in general and democracy in particular, SL is a republic, which means People have the sovereign power, and they have given that power to one person (President) by a vote, and that person has the armed services and police under him, so technically army and police are under the power of the people so, doesn’t matter how much Karu mama will whimper and whine, what people does through the president remain legitimate.

        • 60
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          Wannihami, how is it if MR always had the ‘STATE’, then did he lose it in the following general elections? The only STATE he has is a mental state like Sira, now wanting to save himself and his brood of rogues, murderers and underworld drug kingpins. I am sure to have touched a nerve, if I find your reply countering this.

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            Oh dear Richard State and the government are two different things, why don’t you read up.

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              https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/state

              Definitions 2 and 3

              If you are going to be pedantic – you must do your homework first.

              Truth has no party politics.

              • 4
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                Oh dear me Common cents, the truth is in the Oxford Dictionary? The truth is an interpretation, it is not static. There are interpretations of truth in the Bible, Thripitaka, Qoran, the Vedic texts, Das Capital and Life of Tao, Plato’s Republic, the quantum theory to name a few, I suggest you learn those to find the truth.

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                  Staying on topic…

                  If you are going to communicate in English – the Oxford dictionary can very well be cited as a source for the ‘correct meaning’ of the above words.

                  You were wrong to misinterpret that the term ‘State’ and ‘Government’ cannot be used interchangeably.

                  I am not going to waste my time trying to school you on Truth and what it entails to see it. I do hope though – that you will (someday) actually see the beautiful singularity of truth in all those texts you have referenced. Cheers.

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              wannihami

              Oh it’s simple.
              When one have all the state institutions controlled by the same clan and their b***s carriers, there isn’t much difference between state and the government.

              It is like old USSR, China, ………….. party was the state.

            • 8
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              As your name suggest you belong to the jungle, as you seem to know nothing!

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              This is the only decent way I can address you ,idioticwanniya. f/u man.

        • 13
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          He always had the state – but to loot and manipulate, but this time he is caught as no times before.

          We saw how the bugger gave the eye signal to his rascal loyalists in order to function it in the parliamentary brawl two weeks ago. Ballige putha never thought that Speaker is even older than him. Speaker is 78 years and [edited out] turned to 73years. How would any civilized world get it, a man having had two terms as a president to fall that levels. How can we differentiate the bugger s acts with those of the streets ?

          You should be an idiot no tto have sensed it. And the levels he fell into THROW miriskudu on his aged colleague says IT EVERYTHING.
          [edited out] This man has no whatsover ever respect left to this day. So is the case with Sirisena. Sirisena the joker makes statements, as if the monkey would do it in the Zoo cell.
          SO is the case with Sirisena. Sirisena s making remarks on the issues, is becoming clear to everyone, he just attacks the others personally. That shows his leadership skills. He has not done a single thing right sofar in his life.

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            Babalathappu – I would suggest [edited out]

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          So are you trying to tell that 6.2 million people who voted against MR in Jan 2015 wanted MS to bring in MR as the PM of sri lanka?
          If appointing RW as PM was against the will of the parliament why didn’t they bring in NCM against RW in 2015 and throw him out of PM post?

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            Good point SL citizen, I will come back to you on that, I have read the Parliamentary proceeding first, but off the bat I believe that was because the MS/RW Kabal had a lot of power at that point and they would have incarcerated anyone and everyone and their families without trial if they signed an NCM against RW. People know that RW has no conscience. MS was his lackey then.

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        What is the difference between fake prime ministers and fake bloggers like babanpunchi aka simon silva aka craig aka babalathsingho aka samson gunawardana etc etc? All of them are there to deceive the public, just con men with multiple lfake heads. It is said that “urulaewa” cannot hide its stinky smell wherever it goes or whatever camouflage it adopts.

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          I know one urulaewa just found his greener pasture in the UK, but he does not seem to respect the least of democracy. He too has been a product of Galle Richmond College so is the case with Mahinda Jarajapkshe. He as a post doctoral scientist seems to be doing well but nothing seems to have changed his rotten nature.
          See, this man by name ” THRISU” handled some good projects using mongoose to detect the Rajakashe criminals, but ended up in vain. Now his hope obviously to become a professor under FAKE premier Rajapakshes. These men calling themselves buddhists but continue to behave stinky rascals. I go back to my schooling there we had guys that would never be abl eto sense it. This particular Thrisu belongs to that category. Else, I have no clue how a man with that much of academic experience to fall on the levels of Rajakshe Rascals.
          I have no clue why this estranged but Rajapakshe loyalist abuse me here. I only know he is diehard Rajakashe loyalist. That is it. Their masks are cemented as nothing can loose them. So long so called ACADEMICs are the part of lanken cutlure, we can only dream of a more civilized society.

    • 32
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      Wannihami,

      Never give a razor blade to a Monky.Very soon courts will decide who is legal PM.

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        Upali Upali Upali my mate where is this Monky? I know only the Monkey, anyhoo, no no no SC is not going to decide on that, and appellate court will drag their feet.

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        Don’t bet anything on it. The courts seem to be already compromised by the appointment of a wife of one of the judges for a very important position. So much for the impartiality of the SL courts.

    • 24
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      Wanniham, time to get back to the wanni, no? Looks like your time in the city has fugged you up so bad you have a hard time dealing with reality!

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        Reality Checker, too many mosquitos in the Vanni no man, and no Internet, I was planning to go back when RW gave free internet from the Loon or balloon, but that too came down unceremoniously no like the Yahapals.

    • 11
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      wannihami

      Thanks for being a clown in Namals court.
      Now it seems G L Peiaris is not around, please take of Namal Baby.

    • 10
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      Ade Wanni

      Go beyond your political affiliation and think wisely without following the false legal analysis manufacturer GLP and see the idiocy of the disgraceful President and Mahinda.

      What a disgrace. Namal is. He is another spoiler/worm and he is twisting and turning all around. When will he declare the Kommission amazed with basil on land allocation.

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      Namal Baby,

      Are you running out of money? Why not rent some space elsewhere, instead of hiding under an illegal government?

      Only legal governments can occupy, government space, for state work, not for private work You will be invoice for the use of space illegally,

  • 47
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    I took the liberty to have the photographs scrutinized by someone knowledgeable. He had moved with the exalted and he recognizes the layout as quite similar to that of the Premier’s Office. So, I take it that the brat had the brass guts to use state premises for political purposes. If NB (Namal Baba) was the PM then I have nothing to complain because the PM can “officialize” a political activity although that too is an abuse of power. But NB is already arrogating himself to be another Mohammed Bin Salman. It is his ostentatious display of Lamborghinis that made people like me to conclude that these people a filthy rich and a Sri Lankan version of the 1MDB scandal of Malaysia may have taken place, thus the father paid his price in January 2015 (Appachchi Malo). In this context I would like to quote the US practice of a sitting president running for a second term. Since he is the incumbent he can stay in the White House but he cannot use those “Official Phones” installed in White House for political activity. Therefore a separate set of private telephones are installed for political purpose. In that context Oh! God! Where are we?

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    [Edited out] We are sorry, the comment language is English – CT

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    [Edited out] We are sorry, the comment language is English – CT

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    The Rajapaksas flourish because they succeed in rousing communal fears. Those who are to blame for the man in the street tolerating these scum are the Sri Lankans who ought to know better, but go along with racist talk.
    .
    They exploit it knowingly. Far too many mouth words that imply that what they say is justified. I used to try to write not just sense but what would sound like good educated English. I think that I must give up on the second aim.
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    This entire country is turning into a mad house. Will someone, who has better control over language, please express that truth better?
    .
    How disgusting life in Sri Lanka has become.

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      Dear Sinhala_Man,
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      Some people are gullible and so gobble up the racism bait of the frauds. You cannot blame them, as they are handicapped by their level of intellect.
      .
      Then there are some enlightened enough, thanks to their intellect, and vent their dissatisfaction but still would not move an inch towards objective action. They are the ones to be blamed. I can only guess why they shy from effective action, despite being the majority – impotent? Dis-interested? just verbal veeraya’s but truthfully cowards?
      .
      In a previous comment you had urged that if the Govt does not play fair by the Tamil war affected, then it is up to the Tamils to take to the streets even more aggressively. I pointed out the futility of that because the Govt will in fact get even more ruthless, as the intellectual majority choose to remain distanced from this civil issue in their country where they form the majority and pretend to celebrate Buddhist values.
      .
      So, just to reiterate, there is no point in your toothless writings and expression of despair for the country.
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      YOU are IT!
      .
      If you do not take action, no one else can change Sri Lanka’s fate. It is YOU as an intellect among the majority who is reneging on your responsibility in not harnessing the decency of the majority to get the country on to a progressive path electing good leaders and supporting them towards humanity, decency, democracy and genuine Buddhist values!
      .
      Else, all your words, comments, suggestions are merely comfort food for yourself buffering the pain of cowardice of being effectively just a by-stander.
      .
      Makes sense?

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        The first bit of your analysis makes sense. However, you attempt to blame me without knowing how much I have suffered owing to speaking out against racism. Do you really want a catalogue of the calamities that have been visited on me? I’m trying to be objective.
        .
        Most of the time when Kumar R writes something he is targetting some other individual as collateral. I once imagined that you had the handle, K. Pillai, as well. You both comment intelligently, but he is free of your machinations. I think that you know all about me that you could possibly want to, bar the “punishments” meted out to me.
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        Even if you were to call me a by-stander, can you accuse me of ever deliberately attacking an innocent? There is a nasty streak in you. You do that regularly to the Hoole brothers. I can’t possibly conceive how you can target Rajan. I regard Jeevan also as an honest man, but he is occasionally tactless. You have tried to get me to use stronger words of disapproval for some of the unfortunate things that Jeevan says. But he is a man of the highest integrity and I refuse to get involved in your internecine fighting.
        .
        You are not, for all that I regularly praise some of your comments unreservedly.

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          Dear Sinhala_Man,
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          You don’t hide your earnest indignation about the current governance or your despair about SL’s future, if we fail to organize to effectively elect progressive leaders, dumping the crop of fraudulent rascals elected repeatedly to date.
          .
          Here is how I see it. There are four broadly separable segments in SL population, namely, (a) the minorities, and among the majority, (b) the well informed, progressive, democracy-demanding intellects, obviously the segment where you solidly belong, if not shine (c) the bigoted, manipulative, anti-progressive racist rascals, spread between the extremes between moronic to highly educated idiots, where Dayan clearly is an illustrious star, and finally (d) the less informed, and consequently naïve and easily manipulated, and possibly helpless sheep in the mix. I guess that is exhaustive.
          .
          Now, among these segments, which group do you think should take the LEAD responsibility to take action, if the country is to move towards progressive democracy that we all rightly desire? I did not accuse you. Rather, I suggested that the segment you belong to is the best positioned and thus obligated to take that LEAD responsibility, if there is sincere desire for progress. Was I wrong? If so, which segment do you expect would take that LEAD responsibility?
          .
          Additionally, I reminded your own advice to the war victims about aggressive street protests on the issues they faced.
          .
          You are correct, I am totally unaware of the “punishments” meted out to you. However, I suspect they pale against the uncertainties, fear, despair and tensions continuing to haunt thousands of war survivors, to whom you suggested they were on their own to protest aggressively against unfair governance. May be I am wrong and your fears and anxieties are perhaps more onerous. If so, my most sincere sympathies.

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            Dear Sinhala_Man,
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            In discussing Namal’s return to over indulgence, I fail to see the relevance of Jeevan’s honesty or lack of it, or Rajan’s eminence or mediocrity. Nevertheless, since you brought them up, few brief comments.
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            My only reproach of Rajan was on his hasty and foolish conclusion related to an appointment at UOJ. Rajan first foolishly accused the appointment as a Sinhala conspiracy to undermine Northern education. When that fell through, he blamed it as a Hindu conspiracy. It turned out to be no more than a Director extending a favour to his lowly clerk. Such hasty, unsubstantiated accusations of racial or religious biases are far more than just unbecoming of an academic.
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            As for Jeevan, I’ll briefly list few of my forceful condemnations – you can judge if they can be dismissed as mere tactlessness or unfortunate utterances.
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            (a) Unsavoury extreme chauvinism exhibited in Jeevan’s description of Karubedda women (“girls and even married women”) and Hindu temple dancers who remind him of orgasmic ecstasy
            (b) Pleading through these columns for some peanut benefits – a $15 monthly driver allowance, or $100 nightly batta for once a month stay in Colombo
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            (c) The bigotry of having expressed commendation on Hindus’ for voting unbiased in a local election, and then turning around to advocate that Christian’s shouldn’t fail to use their majoritarian advantage in areas where there were Christian concentration.
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            (d) Jeevan had no qualms in striking a deal with MR in pursuit for the top position at UOJ. He had no issue describing how his friend used Chandrika to find a suitable school for his child in Colombo. But a Rs 200 bribe attempt by a poor ralahami in Vavunia was worthy of public condemnation via a CT article.
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            ‘Nough said? ‘Nough said!

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      Sinhala Man,

      hope you had a great holiday in Malaysia. I have a very good friend in kuala lumpur. Unforutnatley, I did not hear anything from her for the last few months. I was supposed to visit her whenever I travel back to SLanka next.

      Now about country’s situation at the moment:

      So long peoples thoughts would not see it right, nothing seems to work in my home country. Just imagine the way how local media behave these days ? They incl. SIRASA sender abuse their telecasting times not educating the people enough.

      Day before y day to tell you Sinhala Man, I listened myself the speech of our SO CALLED HEAD OF STATE and felt speechless., how stupid he should have been to add the public statements of the kind – ” I will never appoint RW as the Prime minister”: I am not a sympathiser to any parties, but I think if the parliamentary mandate is prooved, president has no right to deny it.
      How can an elected Prez making such personal staements on behalf of country’s issues ? I now believe, people were right ” even a pollelak” a coconut husk would have succeeded if contested in 2015. I dont think lanken consitutional provisions contain anything supporting to his back and forth interpretations that sound so ludicrous.

      Now with entire world becoming well aware, that our so called president being either mental ill or truly an unqualified person, what more we can do remove the guy from this position ?

      I am ashamed to respond to my colleagues these days, but I keep it for me, the reason that they have cancelled their bookings to lanka in the weeks to come. Some of them had been dreaming of a wonderful holiday back in my country.

      I am on a visit to my friends thesedays. I will return to UK next week.

      Greetings from Germany

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      Sinhala Man,

      what is if the people obvioulsy not taking it serious, they are being brainwashed as nothing can help them easily to sense it properly ?

      I spoke to few of my ciricles down there in the country, what they think is right. Many sounded as if they are brainwashed. They have no constructive arguments but become Rajakshe loyalists. Their only counter arguments based on BOND BANK scam. Asked why they dont consider similar or even high profile set of crimes deliberately committed and being committed by Rajakshe men, they deny to see them.
      For them no matter even if their lovely ones would have been assaulted, they seem to be supporting Rajakshes.
      And I know it myself, that their turn is fully like blind folded.
      So the situation is like not even seeing the light at the ned of tunnel in terms of solving the current crisis.

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    It sucks!!
    He’s only a low class LOWYER wanted to show off to the village rowdies how he will be treating the future village kings , in his roll as the son and Hair ( not heir) .
    Fools !! it’s not your private properties to spend tax payers money ? Please educate these illiterates.
    How the mind works of the illiterates its so difficult to fathom.
    Does he really dreams of becoming the future leader? The voters needs their heads examined including this garbage mongrel before the next election.

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    I thought Baby Namal would have driven his Lambo to these Meets at at Appochchi’s new Office.
    Wonder what happened?.
    Did Dr Ranil’s F********CID confiscate the Lambo..

    BTW, If Dr Ranil had a son, wouldn’t the Son do the same in Daddy’s Office..?…
    Isn’t it a Mahavamsa Tradition especially when it comes to Ruling our Inhabitants?..

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      Arsehole

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        Kalu Bokke, you don’t have one you mean? No wonder your stomach turned black

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      KASmaalam K A Sumanasekera

      Why is Bandula Jayasekara provoking United National Freedom Front (UNFF) Maithri Gunaratne in a recent interview to support Sajith?

      Tell us why does Bandula think Sajith is a leadership material. If not for his dad he would have remained mummy’s boy who went to London School of Economics (LSE where NM Perera did his PhD) and returned after two years empty handed.

      By the way Maithiri was arrested for possessing illegal possession of firearms. Why does Maithri Gunaratne believe he is somebody.

      What is the difference between Windbag’s National Freedom Front (NFF) and United National Freedom Front (UNFF).

      In the interview Maithri Gunaratne blamed all parties for not having a common national policy. However he and Bandula forgot some already established certain practical policies, Sunday Sil Monday Kill, Kill the Veddah, Rob the Buddha and Blame the Suddah, if country is in mess start a riot against the minorities, bring in one sided laws, hit them where it hurts, ……………. even Pancha Maha Balavegya could not establish a consensus, …………,

      He also blamed Opposition (meant Demelas) are colluding with Ranil’s government, hand in glove. He wants to have the Kiri Bath (Kavun) and eat it, on the one hand he blames parties not working with each other on the other he is blaming Trinco Sam working the legitimate government.

      What’s the matter with this man?

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        The matter with Maithri Gunaratne and Bandula Jayasekara is that they both are aware that many Sinhalese in Sabaragamuwa are descendents of oppressed caste Tamils from Tanjore (Tamil Nadu) who were brought to Sitawaka Kingdom in the 16th Century. What happened was, soon after the Wijayaba Kollaya in 1521, Kotte Kingdom was divided among the 3 sons of King Wijayabahu VI. The youngest Prince Mayadunne was given the Kingdom of Sitawaka. Right away Mayadunne had to face the challenge of consolidating his power against the threat posed by his brother, Buvanekabahu VII, who was ruling Kotte, and by the Portuguese. Hence Mayadunne sought the assistance Sevappa Nayak, the ruler of Tanjore. Since the economy in his kingdom was flourishing at that time, Sevappa Nayak could only find men among the most oppressed castes who were willing to go to Sitawaka as mercenaries. Maybe their self-doubt about their Sinhala-Buddhist credentials makes these two men resort to bizarre over-compensatory behaviour.

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    Political thugs with no brains and miniature dicks are known to exhibit this kind of repulsive behaviour all over the world. The problem in Sri Lanka is, the President himself has allowed them to operate from the PM’s office to launch a disinformation campaign to create anarchy in the country. Allowing the insane President to continue in power any longer is suicidal to the nation. He’s destroying the very fabric of society.

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    These guys would never learn in a thousand years.
    After all ability to learn and respect law and order itself is shown to genetic, in one’s DNA.
    Looking at the father and his siblings one can judge there is nothing in their DNA to talk about other than violence, rowdyism, fraudulence and dishonesty.
    I suppose they will carry it down!

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    This seems to be another Cricket TV in the basement of TTH.

    Now it has been become clear that New King rejected NCMs only because Nov 14th NCM accused him of breaking constitution. This is why we have been saying that Anura Kumara and Sumanthiran should take the earlier NCM to Supreme Court; not quo warranto at Court of Appeal.

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    Today the mathematical rounding gives Rs 182/Dollar.

    Is that Cabal who told answer to Old King as “WE will do it when we come to power” is living in Lanakwe or he has ran away(Only if Western countries has not blocked him from flying to their counties).

    He is worse than the 8th graders but running the Central Bank. This what he achieved for his boss, but nothing for the country: On 7 May 2015, Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera received intelligence reports from four foreign nations that involved in tracing the billions of Dollars stashed aboard, stating that the Rajapaksa family holds $18 Billion (approximate Rs. 237,933,000,000) worth of assets in foreign countries. Minister Samaraweera didn’t mention the names of countries that is involved in this investigation.[138] The government asserted that they have only traced the $2 Billion and the government is seeking an access to the bank account that is held by the Rajapaksa family, However Minister Samaraweera stated this will not be easy task to retrieve entire assets held by the Rajapaksa family aboard and are willing to go after these assets that were stashed illegally aboard belonging to the State.[139]

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    Nepotism rises it’s ugly head, even though the father is not anointed PM as yet, and still not recognized by our courts and the international community. I guess they are imitating Trump, who installed his crooked family in the West Wing, and they are making out like bandits, enriching their personal businesses, and siding with a murderer like Bin Salman, even if US intelligence agencies agree with world opinion, that they know he is behind the killing of a journalist. I guess the Rajapaksa’s will arrogantly insert themselves into the leadership of this country whether it is illegal or not. Greed for power makes these people go against the constitution, the laws, and the norms.
    It is the people who suffer, and the country is in utter chaos.

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    This shows what will happen in the future. This time MARA Clan and Sirisena will abuse public property to an extent that people have never seen before. People will deserve to have these rogues as their rulers for ever, unless they stick up now for the country’s constitution and rule of law.

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    Are you acting through self interest or are you having a selfless interest?

    To get you to a state of selfless interest is the purpose of any religion.

    At least we need to use this principle when we look for a leader in the next election.

    1. Is the candidate acting mostly through self interest?
    2. Are you basing your decision because of self interest?

    Strive to be a selfless person like Buddha or any great person who lived by example in the past.

    Learn how to behave in a more inclusive culture and be a part of one nation.

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    Is Sirisena sleeping or turning a blind eye? Later Sirisena will say that he did not know and no one told him,

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    sexy arms ! I like the intelligent looking face too

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      Are you hallucinating as usual? Or the mad bugger in the throne may accuse you also as a samanalaya.

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    MR and some sections of the Medamulana mafia are attempting to foist this ill-educated half-wit as some sort of Prince to take over the country for what they plan as “a long innings” It was comic to listen on TV to the young man stating the region has young up and coming leaders and mentions he has already met with Rahul Gandhi (India) and the young Bhutto (Pakistan) He probably told them his taking over as President is only a matter of time. What an insult to all of us!!!
    Of course, the older Rajapakses have already trained him on how to fleece the coffers of the sinking State. During the pre-2015 Rajapakse rule the young man undertook, with much fanfare, to host the high heralded Indian Film Festival here. It was a flop – with even the main star attraction Bollywood super-star Amitab Bachchan pulling off at the last moment refusing to be part of a Family racket. It is said the young lad had “kept” what in common parlance in Sri Lanka as “chits” to the Railway Dept. Tourism Ministry, several hotels and many others amounting to multi-millions during the run-off to this hugely failed venture. Then, of course, there is the highly criticized Blue Brigade project in Jaffna – where many up and coming racketeers – all friends of the young man – sold off the Cement, Steel and other building material meant for social work and made millions.
    Our punnakku eating voters, who blindly and repeatedly vote in established rogues
    are getting what they deserve. The tragedy are the millions who know the Rajapakse game and refuse to vote them in. These are mostly the urban and suburban middle-class – not necessarily die-hard UNP-ers. They come from the Sinhala, Tamil and Muslim side. The pity is they are helpless and suffering.
    The suffering sadly is getting worse.

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    THIS LOOKS LIKE FUTURE PRESIDENT NAMAL RAJAPAKSE IS HOLDING A TRIAL SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING.-TO GIVE APPOINTMENT AS WHITE VAN OPERATORS..

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    And he is sitting in the Prime Minister’s Chair!

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    Is DV Chanaka the deputy Prime Minister?

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    But this is what majority of Sri Lankans want!

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    President Maithripala Sirisena, at a meeting with the Foreign Correspondents Association in Colombo has yet again tried to justify removal of Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on the 26th of October 2018 by saying. What will MR say to them the president gave me this post to save the country he cannot say the peoples choice so what will namal say when in his seat. the people and the world are more fact knockers and The fewer the facts, the stronger the opinion.

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    We need young blood….Namal will make a good PM.

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      ramona

      We need young blood why did not president select him

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        rbh. President didn’t realize it then.

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          Ramana

          Then why is he a president that why parliament vote is needed

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      ramona grandma therese fernando

      “We need young blood….Namal will make a good PM.”

      Do you think the chief political brat is a good stud who should father all future children of this island and all women irrespective of age or marital status must be forced to sleep with him or agree to have In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) treatment at industrial scale?

      We could call him the true father leader.

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        NV. Young brains I mean.

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          Ramona,

          Ignore this rif-raf. He only knows to call people names and the best thing is he thinks it’s funny. You know what we do to fellas like him back in the service? We’d vaslinate his rear-end and go to work on it. One after another.

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            Hey Retarded bugger, I know you were too busy putting stuff on people, you forgot to fight a war you were sent to fight. Bloody clown!!!!

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              Tamil from the north

              He was the one who was assigned to spit polish Dr Gota’s boots. Please bear with the retard.

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      Mother Therese – “Namal will make a good PM” and you can be his “socket”.

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      We also don’t need the blood of journalists and opponents shed due to the young “blood” and his family taking over.

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    There is a new assistant New King. This is the first case it seems against him firing Ranil. FR case,but not by Ranil.

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    Sicilian Mafia and the Ruhune Pathalaya: A better suited title for this article would have been ‘The Next Pathala Boss’. The Mafia started in Sicily with the 5 families, Bonanno, Colombo, Gambino, Genovese and Lucchese. They were ruthless criminals but had their own code honour. One of them was not to cause any harm to the family members of the others, which was strictly obeyed.
    .
    The first Pathala boss in Sri Lanka that I can remember is Choppe Aiya, who controlled the Maradana area. If I remember right, he was killed by a member of a rival gang. His funeral was a highly emotional event and the moving oration given by one of his followers was a classic that everyone liked to hear. I only remember the start only, and give it below:
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    Men Sangayata Venda. Dorailata Aibone kiva. Choppe Aiya Mala. Apata ithata ari amarui. Kotin kivvoth ivasanna be, Dorai. Hebai, ekak kiyanna oney. Api returns eka denava denavnai. Ithanna epa meka methaning pull stop kiyala. And it goes on in the same style.
    .
    The names of Pathala bosses sound romantic. Here are some.
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    • Vele Suda
    • Makandure Madhush
    • Devundara Chamil
    • Ruhune Mahi
    • Hamuda Goata
    • Habarakada Vasantha
    • Migoda Upul
    • Pansal Sira
    • Rajagiriye Samantha (alias CT Samantha)

    Continuing in the great Pathala traditions of Ruhune Mahi we have Nagaththe Naamalaa (නාගත්තේ නාමලා) who has now moved to Kurunegala area.

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      Sinhala racist Edda,

      Where the hell is the ethnic balance???

      What about Potta Naufer, Kimbuluwatta Bala, (l;ate) Prince Collom
      and others.

      Rumad

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    Animal Fair.

    ‘ I went to the animal Fair,
    The birds and the Beasts
    We’re there,
    The.big baboon by the
    Light of the moon
    Was combing his
    Auburn
    Hair..
    The monkey bumped
    The skunk,
    And sat on the
    Elephant’s trunk;
    The elephant sneezed
    And fell on his knees
    And that was the end of
    The monk.’

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    Sirs and Madams of CT. Sorry no write long time. Too much busy.

    Me Read Mr. Edwin new comment. Sir, I too much respect you. But you put my name in Pathala boss list. Others in list very bad people. They not have any hart sir. Also me not Pathala boss. Sir, you not know right about what Pathala mean. And you not know right about what Bajar mean. Pathala is Pathala and Bajar is Bajar. Not same same. Me Bajar boss, OK?

    Bajar small. Pathala big. Not use gun. Only punish if tell tell but no listen. Bajar like family. Sir, come one day and you see. We like big family. We not allow Kudu. Kasippu okay. But not Kudu. You ask how Kasippu okay. Not okay sir. But if no Kasippu Kudu come. Must have something for hard work people. Example – Muniyandi work Pita Kotu market. Nathamy. Work 4 morning to 5 night. Come home, too much tired. What he can do Sir? Have Kudu? No, No. That why Kasippu allow. We make Kasippu in Bajar. Nancy Akka house. But full clean Sir.

    Sir, me too much upset me in same list, Pansal Sira. We know Pansal Sira from long time. Him like fox. Sir, our Bajar people poor. But we never never sell our friends. Give me million Koti. But No. What Pansal Sira did too too too much bad Sir. This man not go his brother Malagama. What you expect from this man?

    Sir please not put me in any list with Pansal Sira. Yes, Sir, even if list Devathava list – NO. That red line Sir. I like you Mr. Edwin. But not cross red line again. OK?

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    A taste of things to come?

    Wonder if Namal is drawing a salary as well from the Govt. for conducting ‘pohottuwa’ provincial council meetings & other unofficial duties. As for using the PM’s office, it’s his father’s office, although it’s maintained at the cost of the tax payer, but then again, who is cares about minor technicalities. If Sirisena’s daughter can summon Govt. officials for meetings & walkabouts in an unofficial capacity, why not the PM’s son entitled to summon people from his old man’s party for meetings in the old man’s office?. This is SL where family members, particularly, the (upstart) offspring, are entitled to a father’s powers & privileges.

    Anyway, waiting to see some nice cars in the PM’s garage & a bit of night racing to kick start the Colombo night life. Hope Namal watched the Formula 1 finale for 2018 at the Abu Dhabi night Grand Prix on TV last Sunday & will be inspired to build a race track in the Port City, along side it’s marina, & bring F1 to Sri Lanka. Apparently it cost Abu Dhabi around $13B to build the race track & I am sure it would cost us more to build an international a race track with Chinese technology but that would certainly bring mega rich tourists to SL, at least for a couple of weeks during the races. That would increase our FOREX reserves but I am sure the depreciating Rupee would also encourage tourism despite the travel warning by most Western countries.

    Let the good times roll.

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    plotting the next Tamil/Muslim riot from the Prime Minister’s office

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      Rajash

      It is somass’s job.
      Beneficiaries will be Lal loo, wannihami, Hela, ……………. Eagle Blind Eye, Country Farce, ….
      The security forces will provide the fire in case somass forgets his lighter.
      Navy which will guard Sea street for extra payments from Gold merchants.
      The Island will be the first media to blame the minorities.
      Navin Nayakka will be ever ready to protect the thugs like his father.
      Sajith Premadasa will come up with Buhmiputra ideas, hoping to win the leadership of UNP and presidency.
      And Taraki would type how Sinhalese saved demelas and marakalayas during the riots.

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    It is surprising that everybody trying to say MR and group acting against constitution and against law and order. Some are trying to say that they are not moral either. UNP and even JVP are all of sudden found out MR and group is not acting according constitution or respecting g law and order. We Sri Lankan should accept and tolerate that the regime won the war against terrorist. RW shamelessly announced to the parents, wives and children of the LTTE carders who handed over the loved ones to the liberating forces (they actually liberated the families also from their terrorist father, sons and daughters) are not alive. And he is not even of second thought that it was unlawful. That is because no one in the country cannot be challenged the forces and the ‘government’ who won the war against tamil terrorist. I think it is unfair now to find fault on the same regime and to challenge in any way. First of all our constitution need radical change. Where we should include few things, firstly The regime who won the war can acquire the ruling power of the country any time. Secondly they or their generation should able to acquire any government or even private property at any time (it is not steeling). They also should able to acquire anybody’s daughter, wife or girlfriend. Anyone not obeying this should be burned alive, if they have vehicle better the vehicle too. SLFP, UNP, SLPP and even JVP will support this change I believe, after all we all patriotic.

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